"Disparate and unrealistic" views regarding Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) security means endpoints are often the most vulnerable aspects, according to a new report, which highlights the need for wide scale cultural change.
Manufacturing growth has accelerated to its strongest pace in a year, yet investment decisions have deteriorated, according to the latest quarterly CBI Industrial Trends Survey.
Meat alternative brand, Quorn, is to invest £7m in a new development centre in Yorkshire creating hundreds of jobs, as it aims to become a $1bn business within a decade.
Oerlikon AM and RUAG Space - the Space Division of Swiss technology group, RUAG - have joined forces to accelerate the serial production of 3D printed components.
The latest Director’s Forum Dinner saw senior managers from across industry come together to discuss the exciting challenges UK manufacturing business face on their “digital voyage”.
Since the airshow began on Monday 16 July, aerospace giants, Airbus and Boeing have fought for every deal available.
A new characterisation service for graphene has been launched to help businesses and industries better take advantage of the material’s commercial opportunities.
Aerospace engineering company, JJ Churchill, has secured a 10-year contract in excess of £70m with Rolls‐Royce Civil Aerospace.
Charges have been filed against a former Apple employee for allegedly stealing the company’s self-driving car data; what does this tell us about the value and vulnerability of data?
The world’s largest chemical producer, BASF, has announced a major investment in the Belgian-headquartered supplier of 3D printing technologies.